If you’re looking for some last minute Valentine’s Day plans, consider the romantic Napa Valley. California’s own wine country has something for everyone, whether you’re in a new relationship or want to show your long time sweetheart how much you still care. Resorts and wineries throughout the region are prepping for the holiday by providing guests with a number of packages well-suited for celebrating the season of love.
The Sugar & Spice package from Solage provides a romantic, secluded escape within the Napa Valley. On your first night, the package begins on a “sweet” note when you’re welcomed to your room with a welcome gift of French madeleine cookies, a bottle of Napa Valley sparkling wine and two bottles of rosé syrup for creating your own pink Rosé Bellini in celebration of your romantic weekend away. During your second night at Solage, the “spice” arrives as the resort provides you with an in-room intimacy kit for you and your date to try a variety of massage techniques, accompanied by some Aztec Chocolate Martinis.
For the green-traveler in your life, eco-luxury resort Calistoga Ranch offers indoor-outdoor guest lodges within a quiet canyon in upper Napa Valley. The resort is offering a Rekindle the Romance two night package for guests looking for a romantic weekend away. Guests will enjoy a relaxing stay in a one bedroom lodge, complete with fireplace, king size bed, a bottle of Calistoga Ranch Cabernet and chocolates upon arrival. Other amenities include a 60-minute, in-lodge treatment of choice, a romantic candlelit dinner for two and daily breakfast in bed, so plan on staying comfy all day.
Napa’s iconic luxury inn, Auberge du Soleil, is offering a Month of Romance package. The romantic retreat will provides guests in a guest room or suite equipped with a fireplace, two glasses of champagne upon arrival, daily breakfast in bed or at the property’s Michelin-starred restaurant, a $100 spa credit towards a couples treatment and house-made passion fruit macarons at turn-down, so save room for desert.